Tag Archives: shareholders

A MACRO-LEVEL INVESTIGATION OF TRANSATLANTIC CONTROLLING SHAREHOLDER’S FIDUCIARY DUTY

By | July 30, 2021

Legal systems around the world apply various strategies to mitigate agency costs between controlling and minority shareholders. In my recent paper, I provide a systematic review of the transnational law on controlling shareholder’s loyalty and care obligations by exploring the cultural, historical, and socio-economic backgrounds embodied in different doctrinal choices. A. Doctrinal Strategies for Regulating Controlling… Read More »

Does CSR Engender Trust? Evidence From Investor Reactions to Corporate Disclosures

By | July 7, 2021

Growth in corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices is an undeniable fact of modern business. 90% of S&P 500 firms published a corporate sustainability report in 2020, up from merely 20% in 2011. As more and more firms adopt CSR practices, a key question emerges: how do such activities impact investor perceptions of firms? Proponents of… Read More »